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Fatahillah Square Jakarta Indonesia
Indonesia

At the heart of old Batavia, the Dutch capital of the region, is Fatahillah Square. On the south side is the old town hall, which dates from 1627. It is now a museum. On the west side of the square is the Wayang museum, housing an impressive collection of pupets from all over Indonesia.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Tags: historic; dutch; building; museum
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